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July 3, 1989
Ringed by Coast Guard vessels and a tugboat with pollution booms aboard, a Greek tanker began its journey to dry dock, nine days after hitting a rock and spilling 420,000 gallons of oil into the ocean near Newport, R.I. A Narragansett Bay pilot was aboard as the World Prodigy made its way out of the treacherous waters surrounding Brenton Reef.
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November 22, 1994 | Reuters
One crew member died but all 28 others aboard a burning Cypriot coal ship adrift about 200 miles south of Nantucket have been plucked to safety, the U.S. Coast Guard said Monday. Coast Guard officials said four crew members who had remained on board the Greek-owned bulk carrier Polydora to fight the blaze abandoned ship early Monday and were rescued by a Coast Guard cutter.
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November 22, 1994 | Reuters
One crew member died but all 28 others aboard a burning Cypriot coal ship adrift about 200 miles south of Nantucket have been plucked to safety, the U.S. Coast Guard said Monday. Coast Guard officials said four crew members who had remained on board the Greek-owned bulk carrier Polydora to fight the blaze abandoned ship early Monday and were rescued by a Coast Guard cutter.
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July 3, 1989
Ringed by Coast Guard vessels and a tugboat with pollution booms aboard, a Greek tanker began its journey to dry dock, nine days after hitting a rock and spilling 420,000 gallons of oil into the ocean near Newport, R.I. A Narragansett Bay pilot was aboard as the World Prodigy made its way out of the treacherous waters surrounding Brenton Reef.
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